P Songs. The beginning was awesome that I was getting hyped up for everybody to start!! I thought that everyone's voices were really powerful in this song! My favorite part of the song was actually hearing Hyungwon and Minhyuk because I feel like I didn't hear a lot of them in their previous song and I really appreaciate that!!!
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“YOU CAN’T HOLD MY HEART,” Monsta X
Like many successful K-pop groups, some of them specialize in singing and others in rapping, and all of them dance and appear in high-concept music videos. Chicago-born pop singer-songwriter Jordy has questions. What Marian Hill does with just a few chords and a voice is more than many can dream of making with a full orchestra. Their next EP is out in March; it will serve as a refreshing palate cleanser.
“No Time to Die,” Billie Eilish
After the final line-up was chosen through survival program NO. What's your favorite Monsta X song? Agree this is a difficult question. But: Blind, Mohae, shoot out But I cant choose. Hardest question ever lol. I really can't pick just one, it's impossible. Difficult question haha, I have many favorite songs! Myself is my very fave.
South Korean boy group Monsta X have released six studio albums , one reissue , eight extended plays , and twenty-nine singles. The group also participated in singing three soundtracks for various K-dramas , one soundtrack for a mobile game , and one soundtrack for a web reality show. Produced and managed by Starship Entertainment , they debuted on May 14, with their extended play, Trespass , which peaked at no. The lead single "Trespass" peaked at no. Monsta X's second extended play Rush was released in September , which contained the group's second lead single of the same name, "Rush" and the follow-up single, "Hero". The release was followed by their third and fourth extended plays, The Clan Pt. The title track, "Beautiful" debuted at no. The album was later re-released as Shine Forever and peaked at no. A Japanese version of "Hero" was released in May It was Monsta X's first Japanese-language release and peaked at no.